Remington celebrated the 1911’s 100th anniversary in style by introducing the R1 series of .45 ACP 1911-style pistols. Because of the pistols’ huge popularity, Remington has continued to expand the series to accommodate a variety of needs and missions from today’s shooters.
For 2015, Remington is introducing the 9mm R1 Enhanced, a full-sized, 5-inch-barreled 1911 with front and rear slide serrations, a fiber-optic front sight and adjustable rear sight, and a match grade barrel mated to the slide with a heavy-duty bushing. As for the grip frame, Remington has outfitted the 9mm R1 Enhanced with high-traction grip panels, a high-ride beavertail grip safety, a 25-lpi checkered mainspring housing. Finally, for greater precision and consistency, the 9mm R1 Enhanced has a lightened trigger and hammer.
But this isn’t the only carry-ready pistol available. Remington is also offering the .45 ACP R1 Enhanced Commander, which comes with a 4.25-inch barrel and shortened slide mated to a full-sized grip. This is a great choice for concealed carry. This model also features front and rear slide serrations, a fiber-optic front sight, an adjustable rear sight, a beavertail grip safety and a serrated frontstrap for enhanced control.
For more information, visit http://www.remington.com or call 800-243-9700.
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